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LUMBER,
DRESSED AND ROUGH.
WINDOW FRAMES.
INTERIOR FINISH .
yellow five.white pine, oak,
ASH AND CYPRESS.
WE MANUFACTURE
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
. A. S. BACON
& SONS.
Office: Rrynn and Whitaker St*.
Factory: Lathrop nvcnne and O. 8. b.
Cos. wharves.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS*
PERSONAL.
street; contracts, deeds, wills, collec
tions, real estate; corporation work
end foreign claims given especial at
tention; parle Francais, Deutsch ge
eprochen. _
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN,
something free from Santa Claus; if
you want the Ladies Home Journal
or the Youth Companion for a Christ
mas gift, just address a letter to Santa
Claus care the Morning News; he will
endeavor to see that you get what you
want for the ensuing year; if you
prefer it above all other gifts mention
it.
TRUNKS REPAIRED AND Cov
ered; satchels repaired and covered;
suit-cases repaired; umbrellas repair
ed and covered, by skill workmen.
Chatham Trunk Factory. Broughton
and Abercorn streets; Georgia ’phone
io6i. ■ ifiii'im
A *5.00 GOLD PIECE AND A NEW
pair of shoes is the prize offered for
the best name for our new line of
men's and women's *3.50 shoes. Send
in your suggestions. Globe Shoe Com
pany
ATTEND THE MASQUERADE
ball Thursday night. Irish-American
Hall, given toy Miss Showalter and
Miss Hayes, prize for most original
character, *5 in gold.
I take this opportunity of
letting my friends know that I have
returned to Savannah and am still
with Youmans & Leete, at 355 West
Broad, in the music business, and will
be glad to see any of my friends. B.
W. Williams.
YOU GET YOUR MONEY’S
worth when vou buy your Jewelry of
us. Every quality is guaranteed, and
our prices are always low enough. J.
H. Koch. 46 Whitaker.
GIVE US A TRIAL IF YOU NEED
any repairs on your boiler or machin
ery of any kind.
MORPHINE, OPIUM, LAUDANUM
and cocaine habits cured permanently
at home of patient, without inconveni
ence or detention from business; have
cured hundreds; complete treatment,
$lO. For full particulars write Dr.
Long Company, Box 1118, Atlanta, Ga.
WILENSKY, JEWELER AND OP
ticlan. is selling at reduced prices at
his opening sale, 244 Broughton, west.
Bring your repairing along; satisfac
tion guaranteed.
GREEN. THE EXPERT VULCAN-
Izer, sells the best tire on the market
for *3. Sundries at lowest prices. 324
West Proad. Both 'phones.
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND LADIES
stick pins, brooches, necklaces, rings,
hair pins and all kinds of Jewelry at
J. & C. N. Thomas, corner State and
Whitaker.
OIL HEATERS, WOOD HEATERS,
hot stuff, wood and coal stoves; cast
Iron ranges, steel ranges, very cheap;
cash or credit; will take your old stove
In exchange; all kinds of repairing well
done by one of the best stove mechan
ics In the South; a complete line of
the best of kitchen furniture. Savan
nah Stove Company, corner Barnard
and State; Georgia ’phone 2853; Beil
'phone 1123._
" KIMBALL’S ANTI-RHEUMATIC
ring is giving relief to the many that
use them. Why continue to Buffer
■when bo simple a remedy can be got
ten? J. Gardner, Agent, 18 Broughton
etreet, east.
KNAPPS EXPECTORANT IS ' A
household word; cures coughs when
everything else fails; at drug stores 26
and 50 cents. Manufactured by W. O.
Cubbedge, 111 Barnard street.
HOLIDAY GOODS, AT~ CHINESE
store; direct from Japan and China;
silk scarfs and handkerchiefs, beau
tiful fans, fine chinaware, fancy vases,
bronze articles, such as images, stamp
boxes and pin trays, bamboo and rush
baskets, mats and house slippers, paper
lanterns, dinner and supper gongs, tea,
lilies, fire crackers and toys. Kea
Chung Cos., 148 Barnard etreet.
FOLDING CARTS, *2.50 AT MlL
ler's; this is go-cart headquarters;
over 80 patterns to seleot from; hot
stuff stoves and oil heaters. 207 Brough
ton street, west.
HOW’S YOUR WATCH? E. W.
Sylvan, with Sternberg A Cos., Brough
ton street, between Whitaker and Bar
nard.
~~CHINA MATTINGS 12H cents!
16 centß, 19 cents, 26 cents and up; pri
vate patterns in Japanese mattings;
stair carpets and art squares; see our
9x12 Axminsters and velvets. Miller’s
!2L Broughton street, west.
A.CANEVET, FRENCH SHOEMAK
er. agent for the celebrated B. A L.
shoes. <4; my price, 82.60; first-class
sample shoes always on hand for sale,
repairing done while you wait. 309
Broughton, west.
REPAIRING WATCHES AND ALL
kinds of jewelry attended to promptly
by J. A C. N. Thomas, corner Whit
aker and State streets.
'"having overhauled my
■hop, equipping it with the best ma
chines, tools and facilities for doing
first-class work. lam before the pub
lic for a share of its patronage In
wheelwrighting, blacksmlt-hing, horse
shoeing. F. Chris Kramer, 310 St. Ju
lian.
"~THE BEST JEWELRY AT THE
cheapest price at J. A C. N. Thomas;
we handle fine goods and do not get
fancy prices.
GREEN, THE EXPERT VULCAN-
Iser; bring your vulcanising direct to
me, 824 Weßt Broad; Jobs guaranteed
or money refunded. Georgia ‘phone.
11*4. Bell, 2130.
STORES AND RESIDENCES IN
the country can have as good lights
as the city, at much less cost, by ad
dressing the Ignlto Cos., under Masonic
Savannah. Ga.
FOR STORING, PACKING, BHlP
plng and moving your household goods
and cleaning and relaying carpets;
?eneral dr*yago a specialty. See Ben
on Transfer Cos., corner Broughton
and Montgomery streets; both 'phones
I.
FIVE-POUND BOXES FINE AS-'
sorted candy, 76c, *l, and lI.M, at Het-
Jterlche 110 Ktnt sirs*! wi-et
’ JOHNNY ON THE SPOT:’’ THAT
mans tbs "New Home" sawing ma-
Mne, its always ready, A. J. Purs
ier. agent, U* WbUaker, corner State
PERSONAL.
send^Tn^orders^^arly^for
our home-made mince meat pies for
Thanksgiving dinner; also pumpkin,
lemon, apple, peach and cocoanut. Kea
sel’s Bakery.
WE REPAIR PUNCTURES FOR
only 10c. Williams’ Bicycle Company,
the cut rate house.
SWEET. PEAS. POPPY, DAISY
and other flower seed; plant food; bone
flower and pots at Gardner's, 18
Broughton street, east.
G. O. PENTON, DEALER IN ALL
kinds of sewing machines, has moved to
142 Jefferson and York lane.
J SELL, BUY, EXCHANGE, RE
pair or rebuild all kinds of sewing ma
chines; excelsior needles, oil and sup
pi.es. G. O. Penton.
"THOMPSON’S TRANSFER CO.
call and get price of our beautiful
fourhorse team for a straw and a
day’s outing. If it is business you
want instead of pleasure let us call
and make estimate for moving. Bag
gage called for and delivered. Office
210 Whitaker street. Savannah, Ga.
Bell ’phone. 184; Ga.. 1717.
GOOSE FEATHERS WANTED. I
will renovate moss and cotton mat
tresses at *1.50 apiece; new mattresses
made to order at right prices; imme
diate attention given to all orders and
work guaranteed. J. R. Dooner, 331
Drayton; Bell ’phone 1136; Georgia
’phone 2841. '
BRINO YOUR BROKEN JEWELRY
to me; I’ll repair it properly. E. W.
Sylvan, with Sternberg & Cos., Brough
ton street.
A.CANEVET, FRENCH SKOEMAK
er, 309 Broughton, west; the cheapest
place in town to buy shoes, because
his rent is low, and he pays cash for
his goods; the public gets the benefit
of it.
HARTZ MOUNTAIN CANARIES
are getting scarce this early in the
season; advanced to *2.95 each; gold
fish three for a quarter. At Gard
ner's, 18 Broughton street, east.
STORE YOUR FURNITURE WITH
the Benton Transfer Cos., and get the
key to your storage room; both 'phones
2, corner Montgomery and Broughton
street.
" PEOPLE WHO USE THE “NEW
Home" sewing machine will tell you
that its “Johnny on the Spot." A. J.
Pursley, agent, 119 Whitaker, corner
State street.
M. A. STOKES’ ” RIBBON STORE
will sell you Bailey’s Violet Talcum
Powders at 8c box, 75c dozen; this pow
der is Just as good as any in Savan
nah; pure white hemstitched handker
chiefs 35c dozen for ladies’, 40c dozen
for men's; see them; men's ladies’ and
children’s seamless hose 2 pair for 15c,
worth 15c pair.
D. N. THOMASON, AGENT; STOVE
expert, has severed his connection with
Thomason & Hahn Stove Company,
and has removed to 139 Jefferson,
whero he carries full line stoves and
ranges, cheaper than ever. Old atoves
taken in exchange. Repairing a spec
ialty; best material used in jobs; best
workmanship; prompt attention to
work. Bell ’phone 966; Georgia 2807.
MUSLIN CURTAINS 69 CENTS;
ruffled net curtains *1.75; portieres at
*2.50; see our Smyrna rug at *1.25; se
lect designs of curtains, portieres and
rugs in the better grades. Miller’s, 207
Broughton, west.
DAN I EL~” A. HOLLAND REPAIRS
and rents Smith Premier typewriters.
If you wish to buy anew machine he
agent. Whitaker, near York.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING! WE
sell you pure old port wine, muscatel,
sherry, rhlne wine at 50 cents bottle;
pure blackberry and chiantl wine, 65
cents; other imported wines and liq
uors, moderate price; macaroni, spag
hetti, olive oil, figs, nuts, raisins,
Georgia syrup, oat meal, buckwheat,
shredded wheat biscuit, etc.; give us
a cal). Trapani. Barnard-State.
FOR SEWING MACHINES”OF ALL
kinds and supplies, call at 142 Jeffer
eon; needles, oil In bulk or bottle.
TRUNKS, SATCHELS! SUlT
ensee, club bags, for half you pay oth
ers. Chatham Trunk Factory,
Broughton, corner Abercorn streets.
HOT STUFF NOT ALWAYS
healthy. I do not use electricity in
clipping horses. Why? Ask me. Horse
shoeing brought almost to perfection.
Why? A1 material and workmanship.
Try me. Monahan, Horseshoer and
Clipper,
" PATRONIZE SOUTHERN INDUCT
try; If you need a farm or coupling
wagon, one or two horse wagon, or
wagon for draylng lumber, sand, brick,
see H. F. C. Feus; these wagons are
made South, from Southern lumber,
by Southern mechanics, and handled
by Southern railways; now, boys, help
the South and buy wagons of me; time
or cash; guaranteed twelve months.
512-520 Hull street, west; also Deer
ing mowers, rakes and repairs.
BEDROOM SUITS. “CASH oK
credit,” at Miller’s; sideboards and din
ing tables; try us once, we’ll meet you
half way in price and quality. 207
Broughon, west.
"DANIEL A. HOLLAND SELLS!
repairs and rents bicycles of every
kind. Plenty second-hand wheels,
good as new for sale.
”*2!95" rattan rocker, full
roll weave, others ask 33 per cent, more
for it; handsome couches *7.50; leather
couches and fancy rockers. Miller’s, 207
Broughton street, west.
DANIEL A. HOLLAND REPAIRS
baby carriages so that they are the
same as new. See him on Whitaker,
near York _ __
ONE-POUND BOX FINE ASSORT
ed candies or chocolates, 25c, at Het
terich’s, 110 State street,_west.
RING UP GEORGIA NO. 1821. LET
us furnish you with good lights before
you get company for the “Carnival;’’
the “Ignlto” can’t be matched, be
cause you need no matches.
M. A. STOKES’ RIBBON STORE
has all the latest shades of satin rib
bon, 4 inches wide at 16c per yard;
don’t forget, we sell you any ribbon
you want at half what others can or
will; specialty in ribbon from lc to
25c per yard;* mail orders promptly
filled; write for samples.
PHOTOGRAPHY.
NO GREEN OR COLORED MEN,
but a white man, an expert frame
maker makes frames, at Wilson’s
Photo Studio, 111 Whitaker street; re
member “the old reliable” Wilson’s
Studio and the new location. 111 Whlt
aker. Just south of Broughton.
THE FOLTZ STUDIO, AT 11* BULL
street, is again ready for business,
after being entirely remodeled; a pow
erful skylight has been installed, and
Improved accessories have been added
to this already up-to-date studio, so
that we are now better able than
ever to produce the highest grade of
photographic work and at popular
prices: developing, printing and en
larging for amateurs in the greatest
promptness consistent tvlth good work.
MOORE’S STUDIO, 107 BROUGH -
ton street, west, Is the place to go for
good, honest work; all work exhibited
is done right here In our studio, and
the work you see in our show cases
is Just what you get from the studio;
our fine cabinets at 13 per dozen will
please you; try us and be convinced.
PHOTOGRAPHIC THE BOUThI
ern Art Studio is now open st 117
Broughton street, west; pictures of the
people, for the people, at the people’s
prices; copying and enlarging, kodak
finishing.
_i i. l 1 _ i—
r ii of Fusion si..
'"T"de'bßUTn"kOps! ARC 111TECT
and Civil Engineer, 10 Board of Trade
building Oeorgla ‘phone INK
AVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1904.
—OUR—
Hammered Brass
All Hand-made
Is So Attractive.
See Our East Window.
CHAFING~DISHES
An assortment unequaled any
where. This is Just the season for
the delights of the Chafing Dish.
Our stock covers the lowest priced
ones as well as those costing *25.
Barter Oil Heaters.
Don’t neglect keeping your rooms
comfortable these fall days. It
saves sickness and expense.
The Barter Oil Heater
Is the very best Oil Heater made.
It does not smoke or smell. It is
economical with oil and the flame
does not crawl. Oil is cheaper than
gas, wood or coal.
Our Fall Display
Is most attractive. Come and see
it.
Thos. West & Cos.,
ii Broughton Street, West.
MEDICAL.
IS~A
medicine of merit, the most popular
preparation for cough3 and colds; at
drug stores 25 and 50 cents. Manufac
tured by W. O. Cubbedge, 111 Barnard
street.
THREE LEADING INDISPENS
abIes for best ladies and best girls;
stamps taken; all great Eastern goods
and guaranteed; artificial skins, 25c;
Dental Dust for teeth, 25c; and Pe
trolash for skin eruptions, 25c; quoted
prices to Jan. 1. Great Eastern Chem
ical Cos., Glens Falls, N. Y.
LADIES, I REPRESENT ONE OF
the most wonderful remedies for fe
male troubles; physician’s prescription;
don't fail to consult me; money refund
ed If not satisfied. Mrs. M. A. But
ler, No. 28 Oglethorpe avenue, Sa
vannah. Ga.
GERMOZONE FOR MAN, BEAST
and poultry. Harden & Rourk. Phones
223.
USE “VITAE OVE” BEST THING
on earth, $1 package. Edmund W.
Brown, agent, 205 East Charlton street,
Savannah. Ga.: Bell ’phone 1288.
WEAK ME~n7 OUR IMPROVED
Vacuum Developer permanently cures
sexual weakness, varicocele, stricture,
enlarges shrunken organs sealed par
ticulars. Charles Manufacturing Cos.,
Charles building, Denver, Col.
LADIES, WHEN IN NEED SEND
for free trial of our neverfailing rem
edy; relief quick and 6afe. Paris
Chemical Cos., Milwaukee, Wis.
HELP WANTED—MALE.
WANTED, A PRINTER AND A
pressman; prefer the latter understand
gasoline engines; permanent position
and good wages to the right man; no
other need apply. Gazette. Tifton, Ga.
WANTED, EXPERIENCED COL
lector, 15 sawmill hands, 20 wood chop
pers. 6 cooks, 5 house girls, 2 butlers,
2 salesmen, man to manage a place,
chinaman cook, 3 drivers. Wandeil’s,
209 Jefferson street.
WANTED! A YOUNG MAN FA
miliar with the lumber business to buy
lumber on the road; must be compe
tent and a hustler. Address with ref
erences, Dozier Lumber Cos., Colum
bia, S. C.
WANTED, FOR THE U. 8. MA
rine Corps, able-bodied men, between
21 and 35; good character; must speak,
read and write English; marines serve
at sea on men-of-war in all parts of
the world, on land in our island pos
sessions, and at naval stations in the
United States. Apply to Recruiting
Officer, U. S. Marine Corps, second
floor Custom House, Savannah, Ga., 9
a. in. to 5 and. m.
MAKE *lO, *2O OR *3O PER DAY
manufacturing mirrors and resilvering
looking glasses. D. Terry, Station 8.,
Atlanta. Ga.
*76 PER MONTH AND TRAVEL
ing expenses paid salesmen to sell
goods to dealers: experience unneces
sary. Purity Cos., Chicago.
WANTED, IN EACH STATE
salesmen to sell large line tobacco;
permanent position. Central Tobacco
Works Cos., Penicks, Va.
WANTED, CIGAR SALESMEN IN
every section to Introduce our goods;
experience unnecessary; good salary
and expense* paid. Emanuel Com
pany, J, New York city.
"WANTED,”! EVERYWHERE, HUS
tlers to tack signs, distribute circulars,
samples, etc.: no canvassing; good
pay. Sun Advertising Bureau, Chi
cago.
P It E S I DE N T ROOSEVELT'S
election insures an increase In civil
service appointments; those Intending
to take the next examination should
send to the Columbian Correspondence
College. Washington, D. C., and se
cure its free civil service announce
ment containing dates, salaries, places
for holding examinations and questions
recently used by the government.
WANTED: A GOOD STEADY-Po
sition to the right man, one that Is
active and honest, living In city, good
size town or village; salary, *l6 per
week with advancement; give age and
address. Manufacturer, P. O. Box 14,
Vlneentown. N. .1.
SALESMEN, COLLECTORS, BOOK
keepers. stenographers. mechanical,
technical men, salesladies, housekeep
ers, and competent help In every line;
send us your name; positions guaran
teed, National Employment Associa
tion. Century Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.. pi
oneers in this line.
W ANTED, GOOD, INTELLIGENT
solicitor to sell dividend paying mining
stock; good salary and commission to
capable man; yearly contract; refer
ences. R. D. Robinson Company, Los
Angeles, Cal.
CAPABLE SALESMAN TO COVER
Georgia with staple line; high com*-
missions with advance of *IOO.OO
monthly: permanent position to right
man. Jess H. Smith Cos., Detroit.
Mich.
WANTED. BY MA NUFACTURER
of perfumes, toilet articles and flavor
ing extracts, a traveling salesman to
fill vacancy In Georgia; permanent po
sition at good pay to right man. Ad
dress I. A., care News.
STAPLE RAP I D~S E LLER. ETTft
er as side line or specially; pocket
idamxtle; beet * Icemen are making
over *3.000 tuinually selling it. D. T.
Weir White Load Go., St. Ix>uls, Mo.
' WANTED. TEN MEN IN EACH
state to travel, tack signs and dis
tribute samples and circulars of our
goods; salon’. *76 per month, *3 per
day for aspenses. Kuhlman Company,
IM pt. C—lo. Atlas Blo< k. Chicago
WHIP SALESMEN; WH MUST
have thirty mote salesmen by Dec. 10;
good pay for bright man; A-l refer
ences required. Bay State Whip Cos.,
Westfield, Mam.
HELP WASTED—MALE.
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN 14 TO
16 years of age; must write a legible
hand, to learn the wholesale liquor
business. Box E, Morning News.
WANTED FOR SAVANNAH, A
representative for the Smith Premier
Typewriter. Apply to H M. Ashe,
General Dealer. Atlanta. Ga.
WANTED, FIRST-CLASS BOOK
keeper; one familiar with lumber
work; salary, *75. G. V. Gress Cos.,
Mllltown. Ga.
WANTED, EXPERIENCED TRUCK
farmer to take interest or work for
wages; must be sober and industrious;
no other need apply; a good chance for
the right man. Call at or address 1222
Wald burg street, east. Savanhah.
WANTED. RAPID, ACCURATE
stenographer with traffic experience;
good salary to right man. P. O. Box
292. •
WANTED, THREE FIRST-CLASS
plasterers; none others need apply.
Apply Monday morning, Maupas ave
nue and Lincoln.
WAITED, ALL ROUND PRINTER;
must be sober and reliable; steady job
for winter. Address, Record, Deland,
Fla.
WANTED, PERSON TO CALL ON
retail trade for manufacturing house;
local territory; salary *25 paid week
ly; expense money advanced; previous
experience unnecessary. American
House, Star building, Chicago.
SALESMAN WANTED. EXPER
ienced traveling salesman, by large
Cleveland jobbing house, to fill vacancy
for balance of 1904; will renew for 1905
If satisfactory; high commissions, with
*35 weekly. W. S. Finley Cos., 90
Prospect street, Cleveland, O.
salbsmenwanted!”salesmbn
make 500 per cent, commission, selling
"novelty sign Cards;’ merchants buy
10 to 100 on sight; 800 varieties; cata
logue free. Sullivan Cos., 1139 Maple
wood avenue, Chicago, 111.
RELIABLE PERSON, EACH LO
cality for business position; salary
*20.00 weekly and expenses; expense
money advanced; position permanent;
previous experience unnecessary; busi
ness established. Address Mr. Cooper,
Como Block, Chicago.
"HERE "fIS; A PERMANENT,
honest, sure, money-making business;
either sex; valuable catalogue and full
particulars, 10 cents. E. V. Benedict,
912 Bast Front street. Traverse City,
Mich.
WANTED MEN EVERYWHERE;
good pay, to distribute circulars, adv.
matter, tack signs, etc; no canvass
ing. National Adv. Bureau, Chicago.
YOUNG MEN EVERYWHERE!
copy letters, home evenings, *9.50 week.
Send addressed envelope for particu
lars. Manager Dept. S 47, Box 1411,
Philadelphia, Pa.
wanted! RESPONSIBLE MAN
to manage office and distributing depot
for a large manufacturing company;
salary *125 per month and commission;
applicant must furnish good references
and *750 to *1,200 cash. Address Fac
tory, 12th and Johnson streets, Chi
cago.
A SALESMAN VISITING ICE FAC
tories, breweries, cold storage and
steam plants will hear of highly profit
able side line. Address Factory, Box
663, Cincinnati, O.
””*2O and” EXPENSES PAIDWEEK-
Iy to a reliable man to travel and col
lect in Georgia; experience not neces
sary; self-addressed envelope for re
ply. Address Dept. L., 52 Dearborn
street, Chicago.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE.
LEOPOLD ADLER’S DEPART
ment store wants 26 salesladies for dif
ferent departments all over the house;
experienced applicants receive first
consideration.
WANTED, SEAMSTRESS FOR OUR
alteration department. Apply Monday
morning to Gustave Eckstein & Cos.,
13 and 15 Broughton street, west.
WANTED, ” TWO SALESLADIES
for hosiery and notions. The Bee Hive,
19 Broughton street, east.
"THE LADIES OF SAVANNAH TO
examine the Famous Hollem Shoulder
Brace and combination skirt supporter;
a twentieth century substitute for the
corset; gives an elegant figure and
forces deep bre'athlug; also two lady
agents wanted; good wages. Mrs. E. L.
Trigg, Central Hotel.
WANTED, IN EACH COUNTY!
lady or gentleman to represent large
manufacturing concern; pleasant and
profitable employment; liberal compen
sation. Address P. O. Box 139, Savan
nah. Ga.
WANTED A WOMAN TO COOK
and assist in house work; reference
required. Apply 516 East Bolton, at
once.
WANTED. A RELIABLE SERV
ant to look after baby and do up
stairs work; good references requir
ed. Apply on Monday at northwest
corner of Bull and Thirty-eighth.
WANTED, A SERVANT FOR OEN
eral house work. Apply 403 Fortieth,
west.
"WANTED. A GIRL" FOR "HOUSE
work. Apply at No. 519 Waldburg
street, east.
WANTED, A FEW EXPERIENCED
hands. E. & W. Laundry.
"wanted! GOOD COOK AND
house girl at_ once._ 23 Jones, east.
WANTED, ALL ROUND SERVANT;
must come well recommended. Apply
118 East Henry.
A FIRST-CLASS COOK WANTED
at 312 Charlton street west; may ap
ply Monday morning.
SERVANT WANTED. 201 THIR
ty-ninth, east; apply Sunday.
CHAMBERMAID WANTED; REIN
erence required. Apply 19 East Jones
street.
“WANTED, WHITE COUNTRY
girl that is a good cook and will cook
and make herself generally useful
about house; country home; wages, *8
month and will treat them as the fam
ily. Address Country Home, care
Morning News.
“"LADIES WANTE'd EVERYWHERE
copying letters at home, evenings or
spare time, and return to us. No mail
ing or canvassing, *9.00 weekly earned,
materials free. Enclose self-addressed
envelope for particulars. Guarantee
Company, No. S 47, Ninth street, Phil
adelphia. Pa.
WANTED. REFINED WELL
bred ladles to sell our fasteners; no
one but a true lady need answer; a
clean, wholesome proposition; witlte
to-day to the Multi Fastener Compa
ny, Buffalo, N. Y.
LADIES. TO DO PIECEWORK AT
their homes; we furnish all materials
and pay from *7 to *l2 weekly. Send
stamped envelope to Royal Cos., 34 E.
Monroe street, Chicago.
WOMEN TO SEW AT HOME — *9.00
per week; materials sent everywhere
free, steady work, plain sewing only.
Send addressed envelope for full par
ticulars. S. A. O. Du Pont, Philadel
phia. Pa. _
LADIES, *25 THOUSAND COPY-
Ing short letters home; material sent
free everywhere; send stamped ad
dressed envelope for copy of letter and
full particulars. Eastern Company,
m; It- <■ 1 building, Philadelphia, Pit.
LADIES HAVING FANCY WORK
to sell, embroideries, Buttenborg and
drawnwork; also to do order work;
stamped envelope. Ladies' Exchange,
Ely Building, Chicago.
LADIES *lO THOUSAND COPYING
letters at home, no mailing to friends,
•Tumped envelope for particulars. Ores
cent Medicine C., Dept. 130 lttsha
waka, lnd.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE.
WANTED, EXPERIENCED SALES
ladies for various departments; per
manent positions; also extra help for
holidays. Apply to Jackson & Gutman.
101 Broughton street, west.
agents wanted!
DON’T ACCEPT AGENCY UNTIL
you get my free samples and big offer.
Sayman, 2137 Franklin avenue, St.
Louis, Mo.
"AGENTS TO SELL ROYAL PEP
sin Bitters; big commissions; easy
seller. L. &a. Scharff, St. Louis.
AGENTS WANTED. HANDY
Andy corn sheller; sell on sight; every
farmer and poultry dealer needs it;
satisfaction guaranteed; sample 30c.
AVright, Washington & Cos., Box 347
Dept. C., Bonne Terre, N. W.
AGENTS WANTED—CLEAN EM
ployment; useful articles; rapid sales;
big profits; every home delighted to
buy; write. Raymond Mfg. Cos., Mun
cle, Ind.
AGENTS, *75 PER MONTH AND
expenses to sell advertising signs to
merchants and manufacturers. St.
Louis Sign Cos., St. Louis, Mo.
*75 WEEKLY AND EXPENSES
easily made, writing life, health and
accident insurance; experience unnec
essary. Write Royal Fraternal Union,
St. Louis, Mo.
WE START YOU SELLING DlA
monds; don’t fail getting our liberal
offer; *5 daily sure. Carbon Diamond
Cos.. Syracuse. N. Y.; mention paper.
WANTED ENERGETIC AGENTS
os branch office .r anagors to handle
agents; also soap crew managers tor
road; *2OO. Parker Chemical Com
pany. Chicago.
AGENTS. YOU CAN DO TRIPLE
sliver plating on steel, iron, brass and
German silver without a battery; for
particulars address C. S. Minter, Lit
tle Rock, Ark.
AGENTS, READTn DARK, NAME
plates, signs, numbers, 200 per cent,
profit; samples free. Wright Supply
Company. Englewood, 111.
AGENTS WANTED ON OUR IM
proved embroidery and rug needles;
guaranteed quick seller. Whale Art
Cos., St. Louis, Mo.
AGENTS, WE GUARANTEE *5 A
day introducing our genuine “super
asbestos" wicks for lamps and oil
stoves; light equal to electricity; last
8 years. Fireproof Safety Wick Works,
24 St. Edwards street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
GENERAL AGENTS, *2O TO *SO
weekly; every 'business man buys new
vest pocket invention; *3; big holiday
business. Standard Cos., Spitzer, To
ledo, O.
A WHOLE YEAR’S GOOD READ-
Ing for 10 cents, silver, which also en
titles you to enter *I,OOO contest. Mag
azine Agent, P. O. Box 75, Newberry,
Fla.
AGENTS,”MEXICAN~FIRE OPALS;
examination 'absolutely free; send
stamp for particulars. Ross Curio Cos.,
Laredo, Tex. (Mexican Border).
EMPLOYMENT WASTED!
A YOUNG
good references and steady habits
wishes position as assistant bookkeeper
or clerk. Address N. R.. this office.
POSITION BY A YOUNG LADY
as bookkeeper, cashier and stenogra
pher; best references. C. E. R.
wanted! POSITION by” FlßßT
class circular sawyer; is also filer and
hammerer; strictly sober; state sal
ary paid. Address Box No. 46, Screven,
Waynesboro, Ga.
A YOUNG COUNTRY BOY
wishes position as assistant bookkeeper
for practice; has some experience. Ad
dress M.. this office.
*2.0(8) CASH TO INVEST, AND
services; employment desired, where
the work of a high-grade man, active,
practical, business-getter, resourceful,
and of absolute integrity, may be
needed. Address Steady Progress,
care E. F. Fegeas, lawyer, 116 Bull
street.
EXPERIENCED, STENOGRA
pher and bookkeeper wishes position
at once; not afraid of work. Experi
ence, care News.
WANTED, SITUATION AS WOODS
man for sawmill; ten years’ experi
ence; all necessary references furnish
ed. F. M. Smith, Poulan, Ga.
WANTED, POSITION BY COMPE
tent lady stenographer of several years’
experience. Address K. D. S., News
office.
A COMPETENT DOUBLE ENTRY
bookkeeper wishes a position. Double
Entry, News office.
A “reliable! ENERGETIC
young man, experienced, desires out
side work upon a newspaper or mag
azine; or in directing a crew of men;
consider an investment later. H. R.
Lee, Brooklyn. N. Y., 1928 Cropsey
avenue, Bath Beach.
AN EXPERT BOOKKEEPER,
possessing one of the best check figure
systems in use, wants a set of books
to keep at night; low rates and satis
faction guaranteed. Address "System,”
News office.
"wanted! by experienced
talloress, charge of altering depart
ment. R. L. D., care General Deliv
eryd
YOUNG MAN DESIRES POSITION
as assistant bookkeeper and stenogra
pher. V.. care Morning News.
"wanted, POSITION AS BUTLER,
porter or janitor; good references. 65
Farm stmit.
FIRST-CLASS COOK; WOULD DO
plain washing. 310 Little Jones street,
west.
A~BOOKKEEPER CAN DEVOTE
two or three hours dally on small set
of books. Address Bookkeeper, News.
GOOD COACHMAN OR PORTER
can be found at 617 Charlton street,
west; can furnish reference.
A GOOD WASH WOMAN DESIRES
work. 534 Maple street, west.
WAWTED—HOUSES! "
WANTED. FURNISHED HOUSE
for several months. Address 118 Gas
ton, west.
WASTED—BOARD!
for married couple. In private fam
ily; gentleman away one-half the time;
state terms and all particulars; refer
ences exchanged. Address C. W. G.,
care Morning Newa
WANTED, ROOM AND BOARD IN
southern part of city by young man.
Address R., care News.
WAKTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
~WE ARE RENTING AGENTS AND
not property owners; we want your
business and will give you better serv
ice than the other fellow who is the
owner of more property than you pos
sess. Youmans & Demmond.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW T?IAT
we are headquarters for modern apart
ments; they arc comfortable and give
every satisfaction: we build, rent and
sell tham. Youmans A Demmond.
YOU TO KNOW THAT THE YOU
mans A Demmond system of handling
real estate la direct, business-like,
thorough and up-to-date; It gives the
results you are looking for; their su
perior facilities enable them to save
for you more than you pay In com
missions. Ynutnans A Demmond.
M9COND-HAND F V UNIT UR if,
stoves and household goods bought for
oash. Uourquin, 111 Barnard street.
Raise $3.50
Give it to Us for a Pair of the
Packard's “Korrect Shape”
And your Shoe troubles will be settled for another
season —or two.
Don't forget to send in a name for
our new line of Men’s and Women's Shoes.
Five dollars and anew pair for the best name.
Globe Shoe Company.
WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS.
A MARRIED AVOMAN OF TRAV
eling experience desires to take a par
ty of girls to New York for the Christ
mas holidays; number limited to eight;
expenses not to exceed $125; references
exchanged. Address New York, care
News.
WANTED. TEN THOUSAND
acres of land suitable for a colony of
New Jersey farmers; state distance to
railroad depot; number of acres cleUr
ed; kind of timber or growth on un- I
cleared land; character of soil; depth
of water; free or limestone water;
best price and most liberal terms. Ad
diess, George L. Mason, Rahway, N. J.
WANTED! OLD-FASHIONED PIER
glass and a mantel mirror; also old
style diamond cross; state price and
where can be seen. Address Cross,
Morning News.
WANTED, CYPRESS AND POP
lar wood sawed in lengths of four
feet, round sticks and not split; we
are paying *4.00 per cord for this wood
delivered at our factory; it must be
sound and comparatively free frpm
knots. Write us for specifications. Pier
pont Manufacturing Company, Savan
nah, Ga.
HIGHEST SPOT CASH PRICES
paid for scrap iron and steel, metals,
bones, and rubber. F. W. Storer &
Cos.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER TAKEN
in exchange for new jewelry. J. H.
Koch, 46 Whitaker. Lyons' block.
WANTED, OLD GOLD AND SlL
ver for cash, or will make new jewelry
of it. Wiler.sky, jeweler and optician,
244 Broughton, west.
MONEY TO LOAN.
"moneyi
or write and I will get it for you at
once, at legal charges, and without the
least trouble, or inconvenience to you
on your furniture, piano, horse, hack
or other securities, without removing
the same from your house; you can re
new or reduce the loan. E. Muhlberg,
225 Congress, west; Georgia ’phone j
1992.
FINANCIAL: MONEY LOANED
to clerks and salaried people on easy
terms. F. S. Van Giesen. broker. Of
fices, 209 and 211 West Broad street;
Bell ’phone 155; Georgia 'phone 2868.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY~ IM
proved property in any amount; rents
collected; real estate bought and sold
by I. D, Laßoche, 21 Bay street, east.
FOR RENT—ROOMS.
LARGE FRONT
room, nicely furnished, centrally locat
ed; all conveniences: southern and
eastern exposure; corner Perry and
Abercorn, facing Colonial Park; gen
tiemcn only.
TO RENT, DELIGHTFUL FRONT
room, with southern exposure; newly
furnished; all modem conveniences;
hot and cold bath, electric lights, tele
phone, etc. 128 Harris street, east.
PLEASANT ROOM, FURNISHED;
gentlemen only, or if desired, two
connecting; southern exposure; porce
lain bath; instantaneous heater;
same floor; telephone. 19 West Charl
ton, near Bull.
LARGE FRONT PARLOR, FUR
nished room to rent. 3 Charlton street,
west.
FOR RENT, THREE NICE
rooms, with use of bath; good for light
housekeeping; *lO. Apply within.
A LARGR AND BEAUTIFULLY
furnished room; southeastern exposure;
bath on same floor; instantaneous heat
er. 224 East Liberty, ring twice.
FOR RENT, NICELY FURNISHED
rooms for light housekeeping; delight
fully located; southern exposure. Ap
ply 2205 Bui! street; Bell 'phone 733.
BEAUTIFUL GROUND FLOOR;
electric lights and hot water supply;
fine location for an office or business.
114 West Liberty street.
TO ONE OR SEVERAL. GENTLE
men, delightful south rooms; rented
singly or as flat: furnished; all con
veniences; board near if desired. 108
Gaston, east.
FOR RENT. THREE SOUTH
rooms, unfurnished, with use of bath;
adults only. Apply 811 Lincoln street.
FURNISHED ROOmTwITH ALL
conveniences. 311 Barnard street, cor
ner Ltborty street lane; Bell ’phone
2332.
FOR RENT, NICELY FURNISHED
rooms; all conveniences; southern
front; bay window; nice locality;
convenient to business section. 220
State, east.
~FOR RENT, tfRONT ROOM, BATH,
southern exposure, to gentleman; no
other roomers, references exchanged.
Address G. H., care Morning News.
ROOM TO RENT—LARGE! UN
furnlshed room, with use of bath. In
private residence, near Court House.
Apply to Comfort, care Morning News.
FOR RE NT.”"LA ROE. BRIGHT
airy room, neatly furnished: gentlemen
preferred. Apply 308 Jones street, east.
FOR RENT, NICELY FURNISHED
connecting rooms, southern exposure;
convenient to bath, for gentlemen. 216
East Oglethorpe avenue.
FOR HENT—FLATS.
"^SMAIX^HREE^ROoKrTxATriYS
Fnrm street; *5 per month. C. Men
del, 16 Bryan street, east; bell 'phone
180.
AT 517 PRICE STREET. I HAVE
an excellent three-room flat; at *7 per
month. C. Mendel, 16 Bryan street,
east; Georgia ’phone 1010.
ON BULL BTREET, CORNER
Maupas avenue, beautiful six-room
flat, at the very low figure of *15.00
per month. C. Mendel, 16 Bryan street,
east; Bell ’phone 180.
AT 216 JEFFERSON, I HAVE TWO
very fine flats; live rooms and bath,
*16.00 and *IB.OO per month. C. Men
del, 16 Bryan street, (fast; Georgia
'phone 1010.
IF YOU WANT SOMETH I NCTrEAL
flue, in a flat, in a high class neighbor
hood, at 23 Jones, east; this is cer
tainly as fine a flat us you will find
In the city; the rent is only *25.00.
C. Mendel, 16 Bryan street, east; Bell
• FOR RENT, UPPER FLAT~BO7"UB
erty street, east; five rooms and use of
bath; (14 per month. Chus. F. Ful
ton.
"IMMEDIATE POSSESSION; til
Broughton, east. *l2; 307 Hall, east.
(11.26; 220 Liberty, west. 303 Price
street, 202 Thirty-ninth, east. 111 each.
Youmans * Demmond.
FOR RENT—FLATS,
Habersham street; four rooms, por
celain bath upstairs; *ll per month
Chas. F, Fulton.
FOR rent! COMFORTABLE
house, 416 Duffy street, west; six rooms
and bath; southern exposure; *ls per
month. Chas. F. Fulton.
FOR RENT, PARLOR FLAT, 526
Price street; three large rooms and
use of bath; *lO per month. Chas F
Fulton.
SOUTHWEST CORNER ~ ABER
oorn and Charlton street lane; four
rooms and bath; *16.00. G. A. Mercer
Jr.
10 LIBERTY STREET, WEST
newly papered; three rooms and bath
*25. G. A. Mercer, Jr.
LOWER FLAT OF THREE
rooms for rent, cheap. 304 St. Ju
lian, east, northeast corner Lincoln.
FLAT OR FOUR ROOMS AND
private bath on parlor floor to rent.
3 Charlton street, west.
A FLAT FOR RENT ON BAR
nard street, with all modern improve
ments. Apply E. Moyle, 10 Broughton
street, east.
211 WEST BOLTON, CHOICE PAR
lor flat. Apply on premises.
PARLOR FLAT OF 5 ROOMS TO
rent; southern exposure; newly paper
ed and painted: porcelain bath. Apply
212 Gaston, east.
"for!"rent.”upper FLAT of” 4
rooms and bath; 38 Houston street; *9
per month. Apply 2308 Barnard street,
FOR RENT, FLAT or rooms!
with all conveniences. Apply 110 Hull
street, west, between Whitaker < and
Barnard.
A NICE PARLOR FLAT FOR
rent. 413 Anderson street, east.
FOUR-ROOM PARLOR FLAT,"7IB
Henry, west; all conveniences; private
bath; southern front; *l4 per month.
Apply 1012 Jefferson.
CORNER FLAT OF FOUR ROOMS,
private bath and toilet, with small
family of three adults. No. 132 Lin
ooln street, northeast corner York.
FOR RENT, PARLOR FLAT,
partly furnished If desired. 220 Bolton
street, west; *ls.
FLAT FOUR ROOMS AND BATH
418 and 420 Charlton street, east, cheap.
N. P. Corish, 10 State street, west.
UPPER FLAT, 412 FORTIETH!
west; three rooms and bath; *8.50 per
month. W. J. Misoally, Jr.
FOR RENT. PORTION OF HOUSE,
317 Liberty street, east. Apply to J.
F. Brooks. 15 Bay street, west.
FOR RENT, NICE"* FLAT, FOUR
rooms, large cedar closet, private
toilet, gas and water; all in good con
dition, cheap; adults only; reference
required. Jones and Habersham (Dale
residence).
THREE COMFORTABLE UPPER
flats in fine neighborhood, equal five
connecting rooms, and bath, 316 and
318 Hall, west; also corner Abercorn
and Waldburg jitreet; rent reasonable.
FOR RENT, NICE UPPER FLAT
of five rooms and bath newly done
over; *12.50; possession Immediately.
1313 Barnard, near Henry.
FOR RENT, HALF OF HOUSE, 311
Bolton street, east, cheap to good ten
ant. Apply at premises.
FOR RENT,"UPPER FLAT OF
Dour rooms and bath, with all conveni
ences, 517 West Thirty-eighth street;
*lO per month. Apply on premises.
FLATS,THREE AND FOUR ROOMS,
suitable for small families: Macon
street, east, between Habersham and
Price, *8 and *lO. N. P. Oorish.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT.”"
No. 201 Charlton street, west (facing
Pulaski Square); five rooms and good
bath, only *IB.OO a month. Lattimore
& Bond.
THE SECOND AND THIRD
apartments at corner Jefferson and
McDonough, only *9.00 and *IO.OO. Lat
timore & Bond.
NO. 416 GASTON STREET, BAST;
four rooms and bath, upper floor,
>16.00 a month. Lattimore A Bond.
NO. 30l"jONES STREET, EA?f
four rooms and bath, second floor,
*15.00 a month. Lattimore A Bond.
IF YOU WANT ONE OF THOSE
fine apartments corner West Broad
and Perry, at a low price. It will pay
you to see me ait once; these are mod
ern in every respect. C. Mendel, I
Bryan street, east; Georgia ’phone
1010.
APARTMENT, THIRTY-THIRD
and Habersham. James B. Copps, 215
Congress; Bell 'phone 1919.
" ONE DESIR'aBLE APARTMENT
left In “Casanova,” corner Taylor and
Lincoln. J. C. Postell, 18 Bryan, east,
east.
" I AM ABOIIT TO ERECT A NICE
apartment house on Bolton, near East
Broad street. It will be ready for oc
cupancy Jan. 1 next. Call and see plans
at my office. G. A. Mercer, Jr., South
ern Bank building.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION: Hie
Lincoln, 15 Henry, east. *lB each; 1607
Bull, *24; 1402 Abercorn, 913 Abercorn,
*25 each; 101 Jones, west, *3O. Youmans
& Demmond.
NEW APARTMENT ON GASTON
street, near Barnard, now almost com
pleted; five rooms and bath; modern
and complete In every detail; conve
nient location at reasonable rental.
Chas. F. Fulton.
FOn RENT—HOUSES.
FOR RENT, THREE-S TORY
brick house, 439 Barnard street; late
ly renovated throughout. Apply 113
Broughton street, west.
DESIRABLE SEVEN-ROOM
house, perfect condition: corner Thirty
third and Abercorn; *2O. J. C. Postell.
18 Bryan, east.
TWO-STORY DWELLING ON CAR
line in West Savannah; artesian wat
er; splendid neighborhood: $lO per
month. Gin. L. Ki-en. Pulaski, House.
TWO VERY DESIRABLE REBl
dences, 406 and 417 Jones, east; Im
mediate possession. W. J. B. Adams.
18 Bryan, east. 'Phones 219,
FOR RENT, BB VEIN-ROOM
house, aii Improvements; *16.00 month
ly. Apply 665 Huntingdon street, east.
_ FOR RENT 121 PARK AVENUE,
east, southeast corner Charlton and
Price; northeaat corner Henry and
Montgomery. Apply 00$ Drayton street

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